Programming :: Bash: Using Grep To Filter 25 Or Above?

Dec 3, 2010

i have a sample that looks like this:

Code:
[schneidz@hyper temp]$ wget -q --output-document=- http://world.needforspeed.com/SpeedAPI/ws/game/nfs-w/leaderboards/events

[code]....

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General :: Filter Script Files In Bash Programming?

Feb 10, 2010

I'm building my first BASH programs and I have a hard time. I can't do a search in a folder and filter only script files without extension, the problem is to differentiate the script files from the others. I tried with ls I tried with find and i don't find a way to make it work.

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Programming :: Using Grep / Variables In Bash Script

May 10, 2010

I'm trying to write a bash script and I'm having trouble with it.I have a list of DNS entires from a file called zoneExport.txt.Than I want to parse a log file to see if that DNS entry has been queried for. So I'm running a grep command and trying to save it into a variable. What I'm looking for is a variable ($varGrepQ) that has the number of matches for the grep query. I will then run this through an if statement and do some things from there..

But my problem right now is with this grep query. It keeps outputting '0' even when I know there are records in that file and when I run the same query on the command line I get the actual count. My thought is that the $record variable is not passing right.

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Aug 19, 2010

I've tried every combination of ' " that I have come across in similar threads on the forum but no luck.. I have 2 files

strings.txt: contains a list of numbers, 4 digits per line file.
txt: contains a lines that I want to grep for the strings.

for example:

>cat strings.txt
3214
8746
2411

[code]....

if I echo $i in the loop, I print out the contents of strings.txt If I put 3214 in place of grep "<$i>" file.txt I get "carls phone number is 3214"

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Jun 9, 2009

I would like to know how I can get the ouput from the following dmidecode command in example 1 to look like example 2 without having to grep -v all the unwanted lines.Is there a way in awk or sed?Example 1

Code:
Processor Information
Socket Designation: Socket 1 CPU 1

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Apr 2, 2010

What I'm trying to do is grep [mysqld] from inside my.cnf and then add lines inside the file should they not be there. how do i do that?

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Feb 21, 2010

In linux, I can grep a string from a file using grep mySearchString myFile.txt.
How can I only get the result which are unique?

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Jan 30, 2011

how to filter Date in terminal? I can filter a month from another month using grep but I cant grep multiple months. example, I want to show the data from 20/Jan/2011 to 10/Sep/2011. Grep can only show data of January and September. Is there any other unix commands I can use to achieve what I want?

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Feb 27, 2011

I'm working on a new conky script, and I had the idea to use text from a [URL]... The command I'm using to pull the file is:

Code:
curl -s http://www.thefuckingweather.com/?zipcode=33186 | grep 'ITS FKING *'
However, this gives me the entire line of code this line appears in.
Code:
<br />ITS FKCING NICE</div><div id="remark"><br />
How can I limit this to simply the text?

Sorry about the foul language btw...the words obviously aren't misspelled when I enter them in the terminal

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Dec 13, 2010

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Feb 25, 2010

To start, I'm writing a script to check a file's date via FTP. Here's the portion that I'm having problems with:

Code:
function checkRemote
{

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Nov 22, 2010

I need to kind of grep within grep. My input file would be something like:

[Code]....

and I need to find the first occurrence of hello before MY PATTERN (hello 9008 in this case), so the output should be:

[Code]....

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Software :: YUM Install Root - Grep And Bash

Jan 22, 2011

Code:
[liveuser@localhost hd1]$ cat /etc/yum.conf
[main]
cachedir=/var/cache/yum/$basearch/$releasever
keepcache=0
debuglevel=2
logfile=/var/log/yum.log
exactarch=1
obsoletes=1
gpgcheck=1
plugins=1
installonly_limit=3
color=never
# installroot=/home/liveuser/hd1

# metadata_expire=90m
# PUT YOUR REPOS HERE OR IN separate files named file.repo
# in /etc/yum.repos.d
[liveuser@localhost hd1]$ yum list installed bash grep
Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
Adding en_US to language list
Installed Packages
bash.x86_64 4.1.7-3.fc14 @fedora/$releasever
grep.x86_64 2.7-1.fc14.1 @fedora/$releasever
[liveuser@localhost hd1]$ sudo vi /etc/yum.conf
[liveuser@localhost hd1]$ cat /etc/yum.conf
[main]

cachedir=/var/cache/yum/$basearch/$releasever
keepcache=0
debuglevel=2
logfile=/var/log/yum.log
exactarch=1
obsoletes=1
gpgcheck=1
plugins=1
installonly_limit=3
color=never
installroot=/home/liveuser/hd1

# metadata_expire=90m
# PUT YOUR REPOS HERE OR IN separate files named file.repo
# in /etc/yum.repos.d
[liveuser@localhost hd1]$ yum list installed bash grep
Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
Adding en_US to language list
Error: No matching Packages to list

Basically when I comment out installroot it says grep and bash are installed but when I change installroot it says grep and bash are not installed?

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Oct 20, 2010

I am bussy with a litle bash script but i have now a problem.I have a file on the server with every time different text.Somewere in this text the is the following line:PHP Code:<BR><DIVCLASS='itemTotalsTitle'>2MatchingServiceEntriesDisplayed</DIV>I want to make a bash script that replace this line when it says:"0 Matching Service Entries Displayed"To a other text like:"There a no knowing problem(s) on this moment."]If there is a other number than "0" than replace this line with:2 problems have been found on this moment, whe are bussy to fix this problem

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Feb 21, 2010

I'm working on setting multiple switches in grep.

Here's an example of how to run my script:

would (should) produce the results of this:

Right now i have some code to catch the inputs, using a variable "z":

Code:

Then:

Code:

I'm almost positive that the problem is in the bolded line above (for one thing, it always leaves off the initial "-e"). So basically i want a string that gives me "-e input" and concatenates as many times as necessary.

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Feb 14, 2011

This should be a simple thing to accomplish, but I can seem to figure it out. Essentially, I want to have a bash alias or function that will let me recursively grep the current directory. A while back I added this to my .bashrc:

Code:

alias rg="grep -r --exclude=*/.svn/* --exclude=*.swp"

This works fine, (and also ignores any svn and vim swp files), and I can call it like:

Code:

rg foo *

However, 99.999% of the time, I am only interested in searching in the current directory, so the "*" is a bit redundant. Also, I would say 5-10% of the time, I am typing faster than thinking and forget the "*", so grep just sits there trying to read from stdin. It's a pretty minor thing, but ideally I'd like to be able to just type:

Code:

rg foo

I've tried creating a function to handle this:

Code:

function rg(){
grep -r --exclude=*/.svn/* --exclude=*.swp $1 *
}

but it behaves exactly the same as the alias above. escaping the "*" with 's doesn't work, and neither does trying `pwd` (or even a hard-coded path) in its place.

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Mar 8, 2010

How can I filter ASCII quotes( ' ) and double quotes ( " ) so that I can replace them with the UTF-8 equivalent?If I copy text from a Word Document(ASCII), and upload it to a web page with PHP. The Database(UTF-8) will replace these racters with incorrect character(s).I need some function that will replace these characters but I don't know how to differentiate the ASCII quotes and the UTF-8 Quotes without (somehow) converting the string to hex, then preg_replace'ing the hex code for the symbol.

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Dec 6, 2010

I tried to tag late onto a question similar to mine on stackoverflow (Find Non-UTF8 Filenames on Linux File System) to elicit further replies, with no luck so far, so here goes again... I have the same problem as the OP in the link above and convmv is a great tool to fix one's own filesystem. My question is therefore academic, but I find it unsatisfactory (in fact I can't believe) that 'find' is not able to find non standard ascii characters.

Is there anyone out there that would know what combination of options to use to find filenames that contain non standard characters on what seems to be a unicode FS, in my case the characters seem to be 8bits extended ascii rather than unicode, the files come from a Windows machine (iso-8859-1) and I regularly need to fetch them. I'd love to see how find and/or grep can do the same as convmv.

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Aug 30, 2010

i have file server 1 (filesvr01acess.log) and disc server 1 (discsvr01acess.log) in unix box(say ip adress of the box 10.39.66.81)
Similiarly i have file server 2 (filesvr01acess.log) and disc server 2(discsvr01acess.log) in unix box(say ip adress of the box 10.39.66.82). Now my requirement is write sheel script for ..

1. I need only last 24 hour data out of the file server 1 and file server 2 and then finaly put this data in one new file

2. Similiarly same need for discserver 1 and discserver 2.

FYI, each .log files mentioned above is nicely order as date and time as it is created. I can view through cat or search by using grep comand in unix I am wondering if we can achieve through grep command in unix

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Jan 27, 2010

I'm a n00b to both numpy and python. I was wondering what the most intelligent way to write the trapezoid rule function was:

Code:
>>> import numpy as np
>>> a=np.array([1,2,3,4,5])
>>> def mytrapz(vec):
total=0
for i in xrange(0,len(vec)-1):
total+=(vec[i]+vec[i+1])/2.0
return total

>>> mytrapz(a)12.0 This is exactly what I would do in C and I'm sure the for loop is not the fastest way (as is the case for my interpreted langs). Yes, I know there is already numpy.mytrapz... I'm interested in the most efficient way to loop over arrays in such a way that each iteration accesses more than one cell.

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Programming :: Filter Out The Additional Packages That Exist On A New Server?

Apr 15, 2010

I've got two files. They both contain package names. Is there any way I can go through the package list on one file, and search to see if each package exists in the other file? What I'd want to do, is if the package name is found in the the main file, then go to the next line. If its not found then print that package name to another file.

I know you can use diff, but it doesn't seem to be that straight forward. As I understand it diff searches line by line, so if line one doesn't match line one in another file, then it prints it out. That's not exactly what I want.

I just really need an easy way to filter out the additional packages that exist on a new server. If I have a list of packages that aren't on the original server, then i can just delete them.

Not sure if I've made any sense but there must be a quicker way to do what i need to. It would take me ages to scan manually through the package names in each list, and highlight the ones i dont need.

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May 26, 2010

I'm trying to find all the files in a specified directory that do NOT end in .archived or .error and are older than 30 mins. Currently I have: Code: find /opt/edi/incoming -type f ! ( -name "*.archived" -name "*.error" ) -cmin 30 But I keep returning files that end in those extensions and I'm not sure if I'm using -cmin correcty? If there is a better way to do this (perl, etc) I'm open to options, this is for a nagios check.

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Sep 28, 2010

Code:

// create a filechooser;
JFileChooser chooser = new JFileChooser(cwd);
FileNameExtensionFilter filter = new FileNameExtensionFilter(
"sdf files (*.sdf)", "sdf");

[code]....

This will give 3 filefilters ('all files', 'sdf files' and 'xml files') for a fileopen dialog. Exactly as I want (in alphanumerical order), but XML is the default extension and I like SDF to be the default extension. Research has not revealed solutions; the setFileFilter method sets the primary filter. If I swap the sequence in the code, SDF becomes the default (as I want) but the sequence is wrong (All, XML, SDF).

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Apr 29, 2010

Looking for some help to fix 2 problems I have in my script. (I�m using bash on cygwin)I have the following source file ($7 does not have data):

Code:

HEADER_1,HEADER_2,HEADER_3,HEADER_4,HEADER_5,HEADER_6,HEADER_7
pattern2,pattern7/Sub data1/Sub data2,pattern8,pattern9,pattern2,pattern2,
pattern3,pattern6/Sub data1/Sub data2,pattern7,pattern3,pattern5,pattern1,

[code]....

In line 5 of the script, that is " {$2 !~ /pattern4|pattern5|pattern6/ }" oriented to delete lines containing pattern4, pattern5 and pattern6 from column 2 it seems not to be working. If I see the output, the line highlighted in red, is present and should not appear, because this line does not contain nor HEADER nor pattern1 nor pattern2.

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Programming :: Unknown Filter Error - Option Rate Unparsable

Feb 21, 2010

I am getting this error "Unknown filter "police", hence option "rate" is unparsable. This is in Linux Kernel 2.6 which is compiled with the "policing" option enabled in Qos (Kernel config). The error seems to be coming from the file tc.c in iproute2/

static int parse_nofopt(struct filter_util *qu, char *fhandle, int argc, char **argv, struct nlmsghdr *n) {
__u32 handle;
if (argc) {
fprintf(stderr, "Unknown filter "%s", hence option "%s" is unparsable
", qu->id, *argv);
return -1;
} if (fhandle) {
struct tcmsg *t = NLMSG_DATA(n);
if (get_u32(&handle, fhandle, 16)) {
fprintf(stderr, "Unparsable filter ID "%s"
", fhandle);
return -1; }
t->tcm_handle = handle; }
return 0; }

This is called from get_filter_kind() which is called from tc_filter_modify(), called from do_filter(), from do_cmd() from main()...all in tc.c. Is this a known "bug" in iproute2+2.6 as the 2.4 Kernel works with the same settings?

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Aug 23, 2010

I am trying to monitor how long an ldap search takes and maybe notify or something that a search takes longer than say 10 seconds.

Code:
tail -n 1000 /var/log/ldap.log
for SRCH in $( cat monitorldap.log |grep 'SRCH'); do
echo search string is
echo $SRCH

[Code]....

ok, so to start off with it doesn't appear to get the whole line, just a piece "Aug". How can I get the whole line into a variable so I can then cut it up into the pieces I need?

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Dec 28, 2010

I'm using Zabbix on which I can use give bash command to the agent.This 1-liner will give me all the interfaces with their IPv4 addresses.I have a 2nd expression which returns a checksum so I can detect a difference whenever someone deletes/adds/changes an ipv4 interface.This is the output on my Ubuntu-server:

Code:
~# ifconfig | grep -B1 ' inet ' | grep -oE '(^[a-z0-9:]*|addr:[0-9]+.[0-9]+.[0-9]+.[0-9]+)'
eth0

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Oct 5, 2010

How can i use grep (or any other command) to check for lines that begin with N number.

E.g. I want to print out commands (from history), but only from the command number 50 until #200.

This one doesn't work:

Code:
history | grep "^[50-200]"
Should print out something like:
Code:
50 cd ~/Desktop

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Feb 4, 2011

I would like to know how do I print the line # in a script. My requirement is, I have a script which is about ~5000 lines long. If there are any errors happen I just exit. And I would like to add the line # of the script where the error happened.

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Jan 24, 2010

simple bash code:

Code:
#!/bin/bash
trap "echo 'you got me'" SIGINT SIGTERM # to trap ctrl+c
echo "Press ctrl+c during 5 sec loop"
for ((i=0;i<5;i++)); do

[Code]...

How come code behaves normally and stops when ctrl+c signal is caught and resumes, but after I use at least one timeout read in the code it looks like, if signal is caught again it doesn't pause the execution but skips the loop. If you remove -t (timeout) option from the read, both loops look the same!

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